Financial - Money skills partnerships

17th December 2010 at 00:00

Learning and Teaching Scotland has published two new documents to support the teaching of financial education in schools.

Financial Education - Developing Skills for Life, Learning and Work is a framework document that advises schools on the best way to embed the "numeracy across learning" aspect of Curriculum for Excellence. It includes examples of interdisciplinary learning through financial education, with particular links to social studies, and reflective questions and case studies.

Maintaining Momentum - A Partnership Approach to Improving Financial Education in Scottish Schools focuses on the roles and responsibilities of local authorities, further education colleges, parents and the financial services sector, including credit unions, in supporting schools.

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